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MOSES ON THE MESA   Riders (including Two Guns and White Calf) fording stream. Siksika. Early 1900s. Photo by Walter McClintock. Source - Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.

MOSES ON THE MESA Riders (including Two Guns and White Calf) fording stream. Siksika. Early 1900s. Photo by Walter McClintock. Source - Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.

Dakota Native American & dog. The dog was the only work animal indigenous Americans had until the horse was introduced. In many native languages the word for horse derives from dog.

Dakota Native American & dog. The dog was the only work animal indigenous Americans had until the horse was introduced. In many native languages the word for horse derives from dog.

Apache Indian police, c. 1883-1886.

Apache Indian police, c. 1883-1886.

Big Moon. Siksika. 1909. Photo by Walter McClintock.  old-hopes-and-boots:

Big Moon. Siksika. 1909. Photo by Walter McClintock. old-hopes-and-boots:

Portrait of Oto man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes.

Portrait of Oto man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes.

portfolio 18 page plate no. 629  Chief Hector - Assiniboin tribe

portfolio 18 page plate no. 629 Chief Hector - Assiniboin tribe

Who Were the Blackfoot Indians | culture history and genealogy of the blackfeet or blackfoot indians ...

Who Were the Blackfoot Indians | culture history and genealogy of the blackfeet or blackfoot indians ...

Chief Owl—Blackfoot circa 1886.   During the 1880s, Canadian Alex Ross photographed many of the First Nations people who lived around Calgary. In particular, Ross documented many of the men, women and families of the Blackfoot—mainly of the Siksiká Nation—and the Tsuu T’ina—or as they were originally called, Sarcee.   Ross started his photographic career as an assistant in Winnipeg, but decided in his early 30s to relocate to Calgary and establish his own studio. The practicalities of…

Chief Owl—Blackfoot circa 1886. During the 1880s, Canadian Alex Ross photographed many of the First Nations people who lived around Calgary. In particular, Ross documented many of the men, women and families of the Blackfoot—mainly of the Siksiká Nation—and the Tsuu T’ina—or as they were originally called, Sarcee. Ross started his photographic career as an assistant in Winnipeg, but decided in his early 30s to relocate to Calgary and establish his own studio. The practicalities of…

“Portrait of Charkshepshutsker” (1899)

“Portrait of Charkshepshutsker” (1899)

Scorched Lightning (Spotted Eagle's son?), Sans Arc

Scorched Lightning (Spotted Eagle's son?), Sans Arc